Getting Here: By Air
Most major airlines fly into the Key West International airport, although they do have to go through larger hub airports such as Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Atlanta and Charlotte. Check with your favorite carrier for additional information. Some of the smaller airlines, such as Cape Air and private charters schedule direct flights from many cities in Florida and the Bahamas.
Airlines Flying into Key West
American Airlines: www.aa.com , 1-800-433-7300
Delta: www.delta.com 1-800-221-1212
US Air www.usairways.com , 1-800-428-4322
Getting Here: By Land
From Miami Airport:
Go West on East-West Expressway (836) to Florida Turnpike - 7.5 miles.
Go Southwest on Florida's Turnpike (Toll) to US 1 (end of Florida Turnpike) - 17.5 miles.
Continue on US 1 to Key West - 131.6 miles.
Once you reach Key West at the top of the island, stay to the right & continue on US 1.
Total distance: 167.9 miles 3 1/2 hours
From Fort Lauderdale Airport:
**(Do not take I 95 south toward Miami! This is the main commute corridor between Ft. Lauderdale and Miami and can add significant time.
Leaving the Ft Lauderdale airport follow signs to I 595. Drive west on I 595
Take the exit on the left onto I-75 South toward Miami
Take exit 5 for Florida's Turnpike South toward Key West Toll road
Merge onto Florida 821 Toll South/Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike
Exit on the left onto US 1 S/NE 1st Ave toward Key West, continue on US 1 to Key West
Total distance: 178.25 miles 4 hours
Getting Here: By Water
The Key West Express Ferry has daily trips between Fort Myers and Key West.http://www.keywestexpress.us/